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Loyola’s President Jo Ann Rooney spoke about the university’s plans to hold off on hiring a permanent provost for two years at a virtual University Senate General Assembly meeting June 15.  University Senate Chair Sarita …

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The Loyola Phoenix was named runner up for the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Mark of Excellence award for the best overall student newspaper.    The Columbia Daily Spectator, the student newspaper at Columbia University in …

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced COVID-19 capacity restrictions will end June 11, opening the door for Chicago to fully reopen for the busy summer months.  The remarks came during a live Q&A with Dr. Allison Arwady, …

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Anheuser-Busch — the creator of college-favorite brews such as Budweiser, Natural Light and Busch — announced it’s teaming up with the White House to give away free beer to Americans if the country reaches President …

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Dr. Norberto Grzywacz has stepped down as provost, effective immediately, after just over a year in the position.  Grzywacz, Loyola’s former provost and chief academic officer, is returning to a faculty position to “focus on …

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Loyola announced May 17 students who are fully vaccinated and have uploaded their vaccine card will no longer be required to participate in surveillance testing, starting May 23. Students who plan to be on campus …

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced fully vaccinated people can go back to a more normal lifestyle in summer 2021, officials say. The city of Chicago, in compliance with the new CDC …

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Thousands of protesters gathered in Grant Park for the second time in five days to show their support for Palestine and denounce recent Israeli violence against the Palestinian people. Demonstrators gathered in Grant Park and …